4-Ingredient Orange Jello Salad

The worst part about get-togethers and potlucks is deciding what to bring. Do you bring a dessert, a side? What is your budget? Do you want to be that cheap person that brings a bag of chips or the overachiever that makes the most exquisitely decorated dish. That sometimes depends on how much free time you have on your hands, and let’s face it, not much of us have a lot of free time.

This post is sponsored by Wonderful Halos Mandarin Oranges. All opinions are my own. 

Fast, easy, 4 ingredient Orange Jello Salad, perfect for picnics, gatherings, and get-togethers or just for a quick afternoon snack!

So what do you bring that will look like you spent sufficient time and money, but that everyone will love? What about Orange Jello Salad? This is one of my personal favorites. My mom used to make it all the time growing up. It took me a while to make it like her, and it still isn’t quite the same. Maybe because I had to make it myself instead of just eating hers.

Halos (33)Orange Jello Salad is super easy to make. Just open the containers, dump and mix. The prettier the bowl, the harder it looks like you worked. It only takes about 10 minutes to make and tastes fantastic. It’s like a dessert, but there’s some healthy stuff in there too right?

Orange Jello Salad Recipe

Halos (38)Ingredients:

  • 1 Small (about 8 oz) tub of Whip Cream
  • 1 Small (about 8-12 oz) tub of Cottage Cheese
  • 1 Package Jello Mix
  • 2-3 Wonderful Halos Mandarin Oranges

Halos (24)Directions:

1. Open the Whip Cream, Cottage cheese and Jello. Dump all the ingredients into a large bowl. This works better when Whip Cream is not frozen.

2. Mix well.

3. Peel oranges and toss individual slices into the bowl.

4. Fold oranges into the mixture.

4. You may need to refrigerate for 20 minutes to an hour for it to set. It isn’t needed, but it works better set up.

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Sweet and fluffy Orange Jello Salad made with Wonderful Halos Mandarin Oranges. Quick and easy recipe to bring to any get-together.
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Recipe type: Jello Salad
Serves: 8 servings roughly
Ingredients:
  • 1- 8oz Container Whip Cream
  • 1- 12oz Container Cottage Cheese
  • 1 Pkg Orange Jello powder
  • 2-3 peeled Wonderful Halos Oranges
Directions:
  1. Open the Whip Cream (works better if it's soft not frozen), Cottage Cheese and Jello
  2. Pour contents into a bowl.
  3. Mix well by hand.
  4. Drop in peeled Wonderful Halos Orange slices and mix in.
  5. Place in the fridge for 20 minutes to set up (recommended, but not necessary if you're in a hurry). Enjoy! Easily double recipe by just adding twice as much.

Wonderful Halos Mandarin Oranges are the perfect sidekick to your diet. They’re a great source of vitamin C with only 50 calories. They are just the right size for a lunch box or after school snack. Halos are so easy to peel, you don’t need to worry about your kids being able to peel them themselves.

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Next time you’re invited to a potluck and don’t know what to bring, grab some Wonderful Halos Mandarin Oranges and make some tasty Orange Jello Salad. It’s very fast, cheap and easy to make and has always been a party favorite for me.

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What’s your favorite go-to dish for potlucks?

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About Aubrey

Aubrey is the mom of three fun-loving kids ages 8, 11 and 13. She’s learning to navigate the mom stage beyond babies and into tweens and teens. Aubrey is a loyal friend, adventure-seeking, hard-working woman who isn’t afraid to put herself out there and try something new. She is in school seeking a bachelor’s degree in accounting. With her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, scrap-booking, music and spending time with her family.

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4-Ingredient Orange Jello Salad — 65 Comments

  1. Halo’s are my kids favorite. This looks like a delicious snack they will love. I will have to give this recipe a try.

  2. We love Halos. I am so glad that they have now put them in a smaller size bag, because we are a small family and can’t eat a box full of them. They go bad before we finish the crate.

  3. I try and keep Halos around whenever they are in season. They taste great and make fantastic snacks. I also love your recipe.

  4. Oh wow, this looks so good! I love making salads like this to go with dinner. They are always so refreshing! I have to try this one! Sounds yummy!

  5. I myself have never been a jello fan, even when I was a kid. Which is weird but still this looks great and I bet it would be a hit with my children!!
    thanks for sharing!

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